Lucifer’s Return

Meghan King, Contributor

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Lucifer is a TV series that was created by Tom Kapinos that first premiered on Fox on Jan. 25, 2016. The show was cancelled after only three seasons but was picked up by Netflix a month later for a fourth season.  

Lucifer is centered around Lucifer Morningstar, the original fallen angel, who became bored and unhappy with his life as the Lord of Hell. Lucifer abandons his thrown and vacations to Los Angeles, where he runs his own nightclub and treats himself to some of his favorite things. When the murder of a friend takes place outside his upscale nightclub, Lucifer is surprised with the unfamiliar feeling of compassion and sympathy. Lucifer is faced with another surprise when he meets a LAPD homicide detective named Chloe Decker, who makes him vulnerable. Lucifer decides to use his powers that reveals people’s deepest desires to help the detective solve homicides for his own amusements. The last episode of season 3 ended with Lucifer revealing his true face to the detective.  

Lucifer Season 4 was released on Netflix on Wednesday, May 8, 2019.The original plan for Lucifer Season 4 was to explore Lucifer and Chloe’s relationship now that she knows the truth and tries to come to terms with Lucifer’s true nature. It also introduces a character from Lucifer’s past who will have an impact as she tries to manipulate him. She will turn the tables on him and tempt him back to hell. The fourth season came to an end with a shocking cliffhanger.  Potential ideas were teases for a fifth season if Netflix decides to renew the show.

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